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Daily Archives: November 19, 2001

New RIT facility to house donated press

Rochester Institute of Technology plans to break ground for an 11,000-square-foot facility on Dec. 4. The new building will house a Sunday 2000 commercial web press, donated by Heidelberg Digital LLC. The new press has a market value of $7 ...

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Global Crossing to sell units

Global Crossing Ltd. will sell its IPC Trading System units for $360 million to an investment group led by Goldman Sachs Capital Partners 2000. The sale is expected to close before January 2002. Global Crossing has suffered credit downgrades as ...

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THURSDAY, NOV. 22 Greece “A” Team Chapter of Business Network International Meeting—7 – 8:30 a.m.—The Hampton Inn, 500 Center Place Drive—Visitors are welcome—Also offered Nov. 29—Call Michael Masiello at 720-0590 for more information. TUESDAY, NOV. 27 Career Development Services Inc. ...

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Xerox, GE Capital reach new pact

Xerox Corp. Monday announced a new $350 million deal with GE Capital Corp. to have GE Capital take over Xerox’s Canadian vendor-financing accounts. GE Capital and Xerox also completed an agreement for GE Capital’s European Equipment Finance business to provide ...

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Xerox, GE Capital reach new pact

Xerox Corp. today announced a new $350 million deal with GE Capital Corp. to have GE Capital take over Xerox’s Canadian vendor-financing accounts. GE Capital and Xerox also completed an agreement for GE Capital’s European Equipment Finance business to provide ...

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Kodak’s Coyne joins Akamai board

Martin Coyne II, an Eastman Kodak Co. executive vice president, has been elected to the board of Akamai Technologies Inc., an Internet content delivery provider. Coyne, who has headed the Commercial Business Group, will be leader of the Photography Group ...

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Moderates win Kosovo election

A moderate ethnic Albanian party won Kosovo’s first free postwar elections. Ibrahim Rugova’s Democratic League of Kosovo won slightly more than 46 percent of the vote.

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“Harry Potter” boosts AOL Time Warner

The blockbuster opening of AOL Time Warner Inc.’s “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” prompted one analyst to raise its price target on the Internet and media giant. The film, based on the popular books by British author J.K. Rowling, ...

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Four journalists feared dead in Afghanistan

Four journalists were missing and feared dead today after armed men stopped them along a road in eastern Afghanistan. The gunmen opened fire after taking the journalists from their cars, witnesses said. Those missing were two Reuters staffers and journalists ...

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Bush signs baggage-screener law

President Bush today signed legislation to put the nation’s airport baggage screeners on the federal payroll. The law is part of an effort to enhance airline safety and reassure passengers following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

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Global Crossing to sell units

Global Crossing Ltd. will sell its IPC Trading System units for $360 million to an investment group led by Goldman Sachs Capital Partners 2000, an affiliate of the Goldman Sachs Group Inc. The sale is expected to close before January ...

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New RIT facility to house donated press

Rochester Institute of Technology plans to break ground for an 11,000-square-foot facility on Dec. 4. The new building will house a Sunday 2000 commercial web press, donated by Heidelberg Digital LLC. The Sunday 2000 press will replace an M-1000 web ...

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